Our magnificent herd of elephants are one of the first animals that you'll see when you visit, and we can't think of a better way for you to begin exploring the zoo.
Elephants are intelligent and sociable animals who live together in family groups and usually led by the oldest female. We also have a bull elephant, Aung Bo, who joined us in 2012 and plays an important role in our conservation breeding programme.
Their most distinctive features is of course their long trunks which can be very powerful, but also very delicate when needed to forage for food.
Our youngest elephants are Indali and Aayu, who were born in December 2016 and January 2017.
Making a difference in Assam
For over 10 years we've been working in Assam, India to help elephants and humans live alongside one another safely. You can watch a video from our recent trip to Assam here.
Elephant endotheliotropic herpesvirus (EEHV) is a deadly virus which affects young elephants typically around weaning age. Find out what we're doing to understand more about this disease and eradicate it here.
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